Want to make better videos? Here are ten quick ways to improve your filmmaking skills. Go beyond film school and learn how to make cinematic and professional films that will impress and inspire others.
The rule of thirds for filmmakers. What exactly is the rule and should you use it in your filmmaking? We’re diving into the basics and more to discover how this fundamental rule works. Hint: it’s not just for beginners. It can truly change your filmmaking forever.
If you find yourself in a slump, grab a new book and immerse yourself in some fresh knowledge. Spark inspiration and creativity from this list of all time favorite filmmaking books to add to your collection for 2020. Here are our favorite books all about cinematography, lighting, storytelling, and filmmaking in general.
There are many quick tools out there to help you find relevant hashtags, but not many hand curated lists. As a filmmaker myself, I’ve done some research and pulled together an ongoing list of some of the best hashtags out there to make your work stand out and gain a loyal following.
Which is better? The terms cinematographer and videographer often overlap in today’s video world. We’re cutting the confusion and getting right into the major differences between these two careers in today’s post.
Prepping for a fresh 48 or newborn hospital shoot can be exhausting. Check out our free shot list detailing exactly what you need to capture to keep things rolling smoothly, to give yourself confidence, and to be sure you get all the shots you need for the perfect cinematic newborn film.
Turn ordinary iPhone videos of your kids into memorable, cinematic films that you’ll cherish forever. Here are several helpful tips to show you how easy it is to take great videos of your kids.
Mastering indoor lighting is the one skill that will make your films instantly and dramatically better. If you want your photos and videos to feel light, airy, and beautiful then learn exactly how to master the art of indoor lighting in today’s post.